Publishing on DeNovo – Accelerating Science
DeNovo Publishing allows a broad spectrum of scientific researchers the ability to get their knowledge content out to a wide audience.
Several types of submissions are accepted including full-length articles, short observations, editorial reviews, commentaries, etc.
Anything submitted to DeNovo should not be published elsewhere.
Definitions of Submissions to DeNovo
Research Manuscripts are original scientific findings that advance understanding of an important scientific problem or describe novel research. Manuscripts have an abstract, separate from the main text, which has a maximum of 300 words. The abstract should contain an introduction, the background of the research and a statement summarizing the conclusions. There should not be references and should contain text only if possible.
Manuscripts typically are 4-6 pages in length and have approximately 5 figures. They should have an introduction, materials and methods, results/discussion and conclusions. For more precise instructions, click here.
Short reports are reports of interest that are too short to comprise an entire manuscript since they are approximately half as long as an entire research paper. They are written in the same format as a manuscript and have no abstract. They should be of interest to scientists in other fields.
Communications, Corrections and Comments
These communications are for correction, comment and clarification of research papers peer reviewed papers published in Denovo and can only be published online.
These contributions are opinions and comment based on news, books, technology and other subjects outside the normal publishing scope of Denovo.
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